Thursday, December 19, 2013

Best 5 Breakfasts for Healthy Dieters

Best 5 Breakfasts for Healthy Dieters
By []Richard R Michaels 

It's all very well skimping on your breakfast if you want to shred weight fast, but we all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so whether you're appetite is quite small upon waking up, give it an hour and you'll be ready to fill yourself up  for the day with a top satiating breakfast.

There is also evidence that a good breakfast can help you control your weight, so the following are considered some of the healthiest breakfasts for dieters and non dieters, and while these breakfasts come with fruit, nutritionists believe that eating fruit first on an empty stomach is better for you as you will absorb more minerals, vitamins and nutrients as opposed to it being sat on digesting fiber.

Finally, almost all fruit and veg count towards what has been coined by Kate Harrison as your 5-A Day  - a recipe book which stresses that each meal should contain 5 essential portions so as to reap the most from a healthy balanced diet.

The breakfasts outlined below all adhere to this 5-A day diet.

1. Grilled tomatoes and mushrooms on whole grain bagel

Tomatoes and mushrooms are best grilled so you avoid adding calories by soaking them in oil.

Mushrooms and tomatoes are included in the 5 A day as well as whole grain bread which includes vitamins B and E, plus fiber and minerals.

2. Porridge with semi-skimmed milk topped with dried fruits

Insoluble fibers are considered gut healthy fibers as they do not dissolve in water and speed up the digestion process of which the passage of food passes through the gut, providing an almost laxative effect and the oats do exactly this which may help reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.

Oats however are unlike other insoluble fibers like vegetables as they still take a while to break down keeping you fuller longer while they release sustained energy with additional fruit to boost vitamin count.

3. Low-fat spread on whole meal bread and a boiled egg

Rich in minerals, vitamins A and D, riboflavin and protein, eggs are an essential 5 A ingredient while whole meal is an insoluble fiber that contains vitamins B, E, fiber and a wide range of minerals.

4. Muesli, low-fat yoghurt and fresh fruit

Calcium in low fat yogurt provides a source of protein combined with a mixture of both insoluble and soluble fibers found in muesli.

Soluble fibers in this case form a gel like matter when digested causing you to stay satiated longer as it delays the emptying of the stomach which will help you control your weight.

Slower emptying of the stomach may also have a positive effect on insulin levels which in turn will help diabetics.

Soluble fibers will also interfere with the absorption of dietary cholesterol which can help lower LDL - bad cholesterol levels.

5. Semi-skimmed milk with whole grain cereal topped with fresh fruit 

Whole grain insoluble fibers with semi-skimmed milk will be fortified with minerals and vitamins and with additional fruit, you help build up your anti-oxidant levels which are beneficial for destroying free radicals in the skin and body. []Click here for more devilishly delectable dishes.

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